Sunny Southern California park laps with Mike Gray and Scotty Vine.
The Arbor Team takes a break from filming and heads home to enjoy some sunny laps at Bear Mountain before the next trip. Staring Scotty Vine, Melissa Evans, Mike Gray, and Jake Schaible.
On February 9th, 2015, Massachusetts declared a state of emergency due to massive amounts of snow blanketing the city and putting a halt to everyday life. On February 10th, the Arbor Snowboards team booked plane tickets Boston.
Mother El Nino has blessed the West Coast with blanket upon blanket of early season snow and the Arbor boys are out there reaping the benefits! Check out Arbor riders Scotty Vine, Mike Gray, and Jared McDaniel go HAM during opening weekend at Bear Mountain in the last video to hit the interwebs!
Thats a wrap for the 2015 Snowboard on The Block Festival! Team riders Erik Leon and Scotty Vine slayed the chopped ice in the rail jam, we enjoyed some of the finest snowboard films of the year, gave away a ton of free swag and threw back a couple cool ones in the process.
The Arbor Snowboards team just got back from Mt Hood, Oregon where they launched their Arbor Team Takeover Week at Windells Camp!
Breaks in the weather were few and far between at Superpark 19. Fog, rain, and a heavy cloud cover characterized the majority of the week at Seven Springs, Pennsylvania.
Congratulations to Arbor veteran, Scotty Vine, for taking home the prestigious award of Superpark Standout at Superpark 19 this past week at Seven Springs, PA.
Dubai is probably not the first place you would think of when planning a snowboard trip, but the heart of adventure lies in act of defying the conventional and thinking outside of the box.
The third episode of the Postcard Series brings the Arbor team to the Land of the Rising Sun for adventures including, but not limited to: deep powder, sketchy street rails, sake bombs, backcountry booters, new beginnings and happy endings.
Stance: Regular | 22.5" | 15°, -15°
HOME MOUNTAIN: Bear Mountain, CA
Scotty is a peculiar human being. He always seems to have one foot rooted in reality and one foot out. It’s no surprise that he treats his snowboarding the same way. You’ve got to have a few screws loose to attempt and land the first one-footed double backflip. In Scott’s case he’s just lucky that they aren’t the screws to his bindings.
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